Thiruvananthapuram: The 19th session of the Kerala Legislative Assembly, beginning today, is going to be a stormy one with opposition Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) likely to take up the issue of alleged corruption in the police force, which was mentioned in the CAG report that came out recently.
The session will begin with a discussion on the budget and vote on account, and will have 27 sittings.
Speaker P Sreeramakrishnan had earlier in a press meet said, "This session will witness more of the 'e-niyamasabha' (e-Assembly) as part of the paperless Assembly initiative with the state government undertaking efforts to digitise all records."
The training of staff and members of the Assembly is going on, he said.
The Assembly has a dedicated TV channel, besides online streaming which has successfully completed a trial run.
"This is an attempt to create awareness in civil society and students on the procedures of the Assembly. We will make documentaries and programmes which could be telecast through various channels and through online streaming," Sreeramakrishnan said.